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Successful Goffs Doncaster Premier Sale

Many thanks to everyone who supported us at the Goffs Premier Sale this week in Doncaster. We were delighted to sell each of our 27 yearlings offered - headed by our Twilight Son colt sold for £160,000 to James Tate - and we wish everyone the best of luck with their purchases.


It was a strong sale for Mehmas, who had 18 yearlings sell for an average of £64,723. They included three six-figure lots led by our colt out of Pale Orchid, who made £145,000 to Highflyer Bloodstock and Phil Cunningham.


"We've got three so far today," said Anthony Bromley. "Two-year-olds and fast ones, that's the plan. Mehmas was on our wish list if we could get one. This looked like the archetypal Mehmas--all square, good bum on him, walks well, speedy family and the dam has had a good record. She was fast and there are some good ratings out of the dam.

"It just ticked all the boxes apart from the fact he was getting expensive! I don't normally spend that high but he was a proper two-year-old type and we really hope he can do well for Phil. Excited."

Alex Elliott and Billy Jackson-Stops also combined to pay £95,000 for our colt out of Lady Aria while Creighton Schwartz Bloodstock went to £145,000 for Baroda Stud's colt out of She's Different.


Kodiac's 19-strong draft included our colts out of Symbol Of Love, who sold for £100,000 to Keatley Racing, and Peronism, who sold for £95,000 to Ted Durcan.


A terrific sale for Cotai Glory was led by the sale of our filly out of Terrifically for £100,000 to Mean Lloyd, LDS and Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners. With others - a filly out of Parisian Chic and colts out of Havasu and Lahabah - also making £70,000, £65,000 and £55,000 to Richard and Peter Fahey and G. S. Bloodstock, Cotai Glory ended the sale with an average of almost £50,000 - off a €5,000 fee.


Alice Fitzgerald also sold her Inns Of Court filly out of Quiza for £46,000.


We wish everyone the best of luck with their purchases and we look forward to seeing you at the Tattersalls Somerville Sale.






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